Gregory J. McRae

Gregory J. McRae

Professor Emeritus

Research Interests

atmospheric processes responsible for oxidant formation, acid deposition and global climate, particulate dynamics, chemical transport and transformations in multimedia environments environmental science and engineering, process modeling, numerical analysis and optimization


Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1981

M.S., California Institute of Technology, 1975

B.E., Monash University, Australia, 1971


Honors and Awards

Foremost-McKesson Foundation Fellowship, Caltech

Oscar Weigel Exhibition in Engineering, Monash University

Production Equip. Prize and Solid Mechanics Prize, Monash Univ

AAAS U.S. EPA Environmental Science Fellowship

National Computer Graphics Prize, 1991

The Niccograph Scientific Visualization Prize, 1991

CGS of Japan Award for Scientific Visualization, 1991

Forefronts of Computational Science Award, 1990

George Tallman Ladd Research Prize, 1985

Presidential Young Investigator Award, NSF, 1984

Current Technical and Government Committees: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Member of Review Panels)

National Research Council (Two current committees)

NAS (Panel on Destruction of Chemical Warfare Agents)

Advisory Board of the Combustion Research Facility at SANDIA

U.S. DoE Science Advisory Board for Advanced Scientific Computing

Five editorial boards